1998 Chevrolet Metro Consumer Review: If you're cheap, you'll love i

1998 Chevrolet Metro - Consumer Review

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Base 2dr Hatchback (1.0L 3-cyl. 5-speed Manual)

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If you're cheap, you'll love it
By Joe on


1998 Chevrolet Metro 2dr Hatchback


Ok, I admit it; I’m cheap. We bought the Metro in 1997 for under $8,000 (including taxes and license). With the wind, it gets around 50 mpg and has never done less than 35. If you are a cheapskate, don't believe the lies about the Metro. The professional review is really misleading and lacks historical perspective. Compared to my other car, a highly- rated 2002 Subaru Outback, it was a heck of a buy. Oh yeah, more comfortable, reliable and fun to drive too.

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It has been remarkably reliable with only one $150 repair at 31,000 miles. Now it’s almost nine years old with around 150,000 miles and still going strong. I live in northern North Dakota where the weather can be nasty. It starts every morning (even at minus 47 F, that’s not wind-chill Chucko)
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